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After studying history in Groningen and Brussels, Fenna worked for a couple of years in Berlin and decided to move to Amsterdam. Her experiences in different cities in the Netherlands and Europe taught her that Dutch cities are adaptable to changing circumstances. Based on her experience in her previous role in the academic institute LDE center for sustainability, she learned about the current challenges cities face. Cities are in the midst of a transition due to climate change, different ideas of livability, and urbanisation. Her vision is a city where there is more room for green infrastructure, bikes and children to play. That’s why she works at ParkBee as the public affairs manager, to help municipalities give back space to the city by removing street parking and pushing the mobility transition.